All of these herbs are anti-inflammatory and can play a huge role in pain relief. To make a pain relief tea, take a pinch of the loose herbs (dried or raw) and place in a tea infuser. Boil water and pour boiling water in your cup with the infuser full of herbs. Then cover the cup and let steep for 8-10 minutes. Covering the cup as it steeps protects the herbal tea from losing important nutrition through evaporation. Please always choose organic ingredients.
Ginger is an excellent plant and herb for migraine pain relief. Ginger tea is a known remedy for heartburn and can even aid in nausea and morning sickness.
Rosemary naturally eases muscle tension and offers nerve related pain relief. Rosemary is great for chronic headaches and age related skin damage. Rosemary has also been said to increase circulation which makes it a good choice for brain fog and increasing mental clarity.
Chamomile is a gentle anti-inflammatory for stomach upset, adrenal fatigue, and stress related anxiety. Chamomile is so gentle and safe, that it can be used with very small children for teething pain relief. Chamomile is a great choice for after dinner tea because it stimulates digestion and helps the gall bladder process fats.
Turmeric is naturally antiseptic and antibacterial. It is great for disinfecting cuts and wounds externally and it’s a powerful antioxidant. It has been proven to increase circulation and aid in toxin removal. Turmeric also helps cellular structure and reproduction.
Sage lowers inflammation and keeps the mind clear. Burning sage is recognized in clearing negativity and stored energy in spaces and structures. Drinking a sage infusion or tea can help move stored energy from the body and muscles, lessening pain. Sage tea is commonly used in many cultures to help process trauma.
Fenugreek is a powerful anti-inflammatory and has been shown to reduce bad cholesterol.
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